bathroom wall panels
This medium-fiber board is then covered on the outer surface with a high-pressure laminate and balanced laminate is applied on the back to prevent deformation of the panel, which also improves the waterproof quality of the panel.
Most UPVC bathroom wall panels are made with two exterior walls (front & back )
And inside the honeycomb, this is necessary for good rigidity and keeping the panel flat.
Depending on the style of the panels, they are connected together using the tongue and groove system, which ensures that each panel is locked together, making the joints more waterproof and rigid.
Then, by applying silicone beads, the connection between the panels can become more secure, especially if an electric shower or a high pressure shower is installed, it is recommended to do so.
Because the panels are made using UPVC or laminated mid-fiber boards, they are very easy to keep clean, although they are very resistant to most chemical cleaners, such as bleach products, and it is recommended to use wet soap soft cloth, actually just need to use as this is enough for most cleaning requirements.
All bathroom wall panels are completely waterproof and very hygienic and are a good alternative to more traditional wall tiles that are prone to certain fungi, especially on tile grout, which can produce a moldy look.
They come in many different styles and colors that suit any bathroom improvement requirements, some of which can include: These wall panels can also be used with the ceiling and help provide an extra finished look.
Easy and quick installation of UPVC and laminated wall panels.
The installation can be carried out in several ways, some of which are: the installation can be carried out by the buyer or supplied and installed by the supplier, all installed panels can complete matching decorations at the top and bottom edges.
For higher quality installations, vendors typically store the right supporting materials, which adds to the overall look and produces a very stylish bathroom.
Many panel systems are available in the form of a kit, and an accomplished DIY enthusiast should not have any problems with the installation.
Most bathroom panels or panel systems usually have a 10 to 15 year warranty period, although it may vary depending on the quality and system of the purchase.